The flag to indicate whether or not a physical network
adapter's link speed and duplex settings can be changed through
this API. For a hosted product, the host uses its physical network
adapters for network connectivity. Configuration of link speed is
done through regular host operations. In ESX Server, the configuration
can be changed through this API.
The available teaming policies if the platform supports network
The flag to indicate whether or not the host is able
the querying of network hints.
The flag to indicate whether or not network adapter teaming is
available. Multiple network adapters can be bridged to a
virtual switch through a BondBridge. Also, network adapter teaming
policies such as failover order and detection are enabled.
The flag to indicate whether or not VLANs can be configured on
PortGroups attached to VirtualSwitch objects.
This allows VLANs for virtual machines without requiring special VLAN
capable hardware switches.
The flag to indicate whether or not a service
console network adapter
is used or required. This means that the system
software has two TCP/IP stacks. As a result, at least two types of
VirtualNics may be created -- the normal VirtualNic and the service
console VirtualNic. If this is not set, then only the VirtualNic type is
Properties inherited from DynamicData